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COR 101-091 Narratives EXPL Gender Power - Hebbar FA17: Welcome
Students!

Welcome to Narratives of the Self. Explorations: Gender and Power!

Thanks for visiting your Research Guide for COR 101-091 Narratives of the Self - Explorations: Gender and Power!

This guide has been designed through collaboration with Prof. Hebbar to provide you with a place to begin literary research or to find more information on topics covered in class.

If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact Reference Librarian Toni Zimmerman at tzimmerman@oglethorpe.edu or University Librarian Eli Arnold '06 at earnold@ogelthorpe.edu.

SPECIAL TREAT - An Adaptation of Antigone by Sophocles on DVD

Antigone – DVD ON RESERVE FOR ALL CORE NARRATIVE CLASSES – 3 HOUR LOAN – JUST ASK FOR IT AT FRONT DESK - View it in the Small Viewing Room on the 2nd Floor If You Wish!

- by Jean Anouilh, Jac. Venza, David Griffiths, Gerald. Freedman, Geneviève. Bujold, Stacy. Keach, Fritz Weaver, Leah. Chandler, James Naughton, Betty Miller, Louis. Zordich, Lewis Galantière, Sophocles., WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.), Broadway Theatre Archive., Educational Broadcasting Corporation., Image Entertainment (Firm) DVD video c2001 (Approximately 90 minutes)

“A filmed play adaptation from the Jean Anouilh reinterpretation of the Sophocles tragedy. First written and produced during the Nazi Occupation, this play about a young woman facing a morally corrupt world raises powerful questions of human interaction in regard to collaboration, responsibility and personal integrity.” – Summary from the LC Cataloging Record


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